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if I type: ./scons.py -j 2 mode = release bin ... this is the output from the terminal:
~ / rosetta / main / source $ ./scons.py -j 2 mode = release bin
I am trying to build to both phosphorylated and sulfated tyrosine containing peptide squences to use for docking. Unfortunately, I am unable to use the BuildPeptide command to construct these peptides as aI always recieve a Segmentation Fault error. I would appreciate any help. I have been trying to convert the starting fasta sequences: GY[TYR:phosphorylated]EEIA and GY[TYR:sulfated]EEIA without any luck. I have been able to construct the unmodified peptide, GYEEIA, successfully.
I am new to Rosetta3 and jsut trying to dock some generated ligands into a protein PDB. Based on the generated structures it appears the docking program is working well however, when I look at the score.sc file the rms vlaues for all the generated structures is nan. I do not really understand if I should be expecting rms values. I am docking a ligand into an unbound protein substrate. Any information would be helpful.